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- Ultimate Adventure 2020 Is on, and Skyjacker Is the Official Shock and Suspension! #UA2020
Ultimate Adventure 2020 Is on, and Skyjacker Is the Official Shock and Suspension! #UA2020
The bear of suspensions returns to Ultimate Adventure for the fifth straight year!
Where is Ultimate Adventure 2020 going? We're not ready to tell you that yet. But what we can tell you is that for the fifth year in a row, Skyjacker will be the official shock and suspension that keeps us in close contact and control over the terrain we'll be navigating. For over 40 years, Skyjacker has been a leader in the off-road suspension game from the company's groundbreaking Softride leaf springs to Wrangler coilover conversion systems, to everything in between. Skyjacker's expansive catalog of products supports all levels of enthusiast truck and SUV owners, no matter their level of experience. And putting their money (and suspension) where their mouth is on Ultimate Adventure year over year just goes to show they're not just another pretty face in the crowd.
You'll see several UA2020 participants sporting Skyjacker shock and suspension products this year, from steering stabilizers through M95 monotube shocks to full-on suspension systems. And given the builds that Skyjacker president Lonnie McCurry Jr and co-driver Dillard DeLasalle show up with every year, there'll be some wow factor in addition to the well-engineered suspension components.
For UA2016 and UA2017 Skyjacker fielded its stars and stripes-themed 2011 JK Wrangler Unlimited SEMA show Jeep with bling wheels, a flashy exterior, and American flags proudly waving in the wind and then cleanly wheeled the ever-loving snot out of it on all the hardest lines with the Curt LeDuc Series coilover suspension clearing room for 40x15.50R20s. Then, for UA2018 the boys from Louisiana showed up in a 1966 Ford Bronco with a crazy go-fast suspension, 600-plus-horsepower engine, and 39x13.50R17 tires. And if that weren't enough, last year to ensure they make it through the worst muskeg Alaska could dish out, Lonnie and Dillard piloted a 707-horsepower supercharged 6.2L Hellcat Hemi-equipped 2020 Jeep JT Gladiator sporting the company's coilover suspension system and 40x13.50R17 tires that delivered a sound on video that never gets old.
Tune in to #UA2020 to see what the boys from Louisiana will be driving this year!